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I am a little tight on paper space and I need to write >in one sitting<, or something of the sort, down but >in one sitting< will not fit onto the paper. So I need a single, concise word that has the same definition of in one sitting. Here is a sentence to help. I want to do all of my homework [in one sitting].

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    "at once"? It's a little shorter. – ewormuth Aug 7 '15 at 3:46
  • "At stretch"? Will it work? – systemhalted Aug 7 '15 at 3:50
  • Just out of curiosity, would the opposite of this be smth like, at batches, one/little at a time? – mahpack Aug 7 '15 at 4:44
  • "I want to do all of my homework now". Maybe too simple, but it's short. – James Aug 7 '15 at 11:38
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In one sitting is an idiom which means doing work for long time sitting without stopping now substitute word for the idiom in the sentence . I want to do all of my homework in one sitting could be I want to do all of my homework SEDENTARY or you can use word DESK-BOUND.

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  • you can also say i want to do my homework continually. you can also us words like tirelessly ,,relentlessly etc – user132116 Aug 7 '15 at 4:07
  • pardon my ignorance i am novice to stack community ! – user132116 Aug 7 '15 at 4:33
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Well if it's space and not word count:

I want to do all of my homework in one go.

If you don't mind the added ambiguity (can be taken as "now"):

I want to do all of my homework at once.

If it is the word count and you don't mind sounding like a vocabulary nerd:

I want to do all of my homework contiguously

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